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Saturday, April 4, 2020

Putting the pieces together with The Other Place

Like a good film full of plot twists and layered meaning, The Other Place is a play that will leave you wanting to see...

The True Heroines are super ladies on a special mission

As film and television move into new media, high quality web-based interactive and multiplatform storytelling is finally getting due recognition at Canada’s film and...

How I Lost It is a not-so-sexy evening of comedy

Maybe you lost it on a heavenly hotel room duvet sprinkled with silk rose petals, covered in droplets of spilled champagne and sweat reeking...

Some infinities are bigger than others

On the surface this film may seem like a typical teen romance full of clichés, but the story goes much deeper than that. Dealing...

Ballet BC alumna Makaila Wallace begins a new chapter

Makaila Wallace is embarking on a new chapter of her career. After almost 11 years with Ballet BC, she is now an independent artist...

Bard on the Beach brings Shakespeare to life

  Scribbled on a wall near the production site of the Bard on the Beach is the statement “Shakespeare IS God.” The present tense is...

Douglas Coupland exhibit at Vancouver Art Gallery explores contemporary society and technology

Many of us know Douglas Coupland, the successful author: the man has charmed us with novels and works of non-fiction ever since Generation X...

The Leo Awards celebrate the best of BC film and television

  The Leo Awards, celebrating excellence in British Columbia film and television, kicked off on Friday, May 30 and filled the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver with...

Stranger things have happened

The Brooklyn based indie rock band “The National” is a band of brothers: Bryan Devendorf (drums) and Scott Devendorf (bass), as well as the...

The truth about angels

When I saw The Shilohs open for Real Estate this March at the Rickshaw Theatre, frontman Johnny Payne took the stage in boyish highwaters...